Black Bean Cake
1canned black bean
1/2cup steel cut oats
3tablespoon cocoa powder
1teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4cup agave or maple syrup
1.Preheat oven to 350F. Line a mold with parchment paper.
2.Add all the ingredient to a blender and blend until smooth.Place into the prepared mold.
3.Bake in preheated oven for about 4o mins and cool in a fridge for about 3hours.
1pack silken or firm tofu(if you prefer hard creme)
1tablespoon lemon juice
Agave or maple syrup
1.Drain tofu between paper towels with a heavy weight on top for 1 night.
2.Add to a blender and blend for about 3mims until to be free from tofu smell.
3.Add lemon juice and syrup and blend.
2/3canned garbanzo bean
3tablespoon plum vinegar
2tablespoon umeboshi plum paste
Add all the ingredient to a blender and blend. Add soy milk until paste forms.
Bean&Umeboshi paste + celery
Bean&Umeboshi paste + pasta
To make pasta source, add olive oil or basil paste to the bean&umeboshi paste until smooth.
Potato starch makes food stringy.
1/2pack silken tofu
4tablespoon patato starch
1.Add tofu and potato starch to a blender and blend untill smooth.
2.Heat 1 in a microwave about 2 mins. Then turn tofu and heat it in a microwave again for about 2mins.
3.Cover tofu with kinako. Serve with azuki bean paste.
Posted by Mayumi at Saturday, November 27, 2010
Okra is such a cute vegetable.
1.Line a terrine mold with plastic wrap.
2.Boil cabbage with dashi. Then take it our of dashi then line the mold with the cabbage.(Leave overhang to cover the top of the mold)
3.Add gelatin to boiled dashi.(gelatin should be mixed with a little cold water to moisten before add it to dashi)
4.Line up okra, shirasu, baby corn.
5.Pour 3 into 4.Cover with cabbage and plastic wrap.Refrigerate.
Eat the terrine with soy source.
Posted by Mayumi at Monday, November 22, 2010
Had a Takoyaki party with my friends!
Ingredients (about 25 pieces)
For the batter
1/4cup of grated Japanese yum(yamaimo)
2teaspoon soy source
For the filling
Could be anything..
EX, ocropus, green onions,corns,konjac...
For the topping
aonori (seaweed flakes)
katsuobushi (bonito flakes)
Posted by Mayumi at Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Made croquette using aburaage(Japanese food product made from soybeans).
Original recipe is here.
salt, pepper and soy source to taste
Oil for frying
1.Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add peeled potatoes,carrot,onion and cook until tender.Then drain and chop.
2.Stir together 1, salt, pepper and soy source in a mixing bowl.
3.Cut aburaage into half and turn them inside out. Stuff 2 into the aburaage pockets.
4.Place 3 in 1/4 inch of hot oil
Serve katsu source with croquette!
10 picese of inari sushi
5Aburaage(Japanese food product made from soybeans)
1/4cup of soy source
1. Put aburaage in boiling water to get rid of excess oils,then cut them into half.
2. Mix other ingredients and bring to a boil. Add aburaage to it and boil those down.
3. Cool aburaage and then squeeze those easily.
4. Stuff sushi rice into the aburaage pockets.
*Any extra aburaage can be used to make croquettes.